Global Studies (GLO)

GLO-100:  Introduction to Global Studies  (3 Credits)  

This course provides an introduction to concepts and methods used in the interdisciplinary field of Global Studies. The goal of this course is to develop the skills needed to understand complex problems related to global interconnectedness. The course examines the processes of globalization and their effects on people and cultures, economic and political institutions, and the natural environment from multiple perspectives. Open to non-majors.

Fulfills Core Requirement in Social Sciences.  
Theme: Building Global Awareness.  
GLO-399:  Special Topics  (3 Credits)  

Courses offered on a variety of topics related to the major.

GLO-460:  Internship  (1-6 Credits)  

Global Studies Internship is an interdisciplinary experiential course that seeks to give students an introduction to the practicum of work the diverse fields of global studies, international relations and political science. The internship will help the student better understand concepts learned in class while gaining valuable work experience in the field. The course consists of at least 35 hours of work per credit with an organization that has a cooperative supervisor who has established learning goals and objectives with a faculty member affiliated with the university prior to the commencement of the internship.

GLO-491:  Internship  (1-6 Credits)  

Global Studies Internship is an interdisciplinary experiential course that seeks to give students an introduction to the practicum of work the diverse fields of global studies, international relations and political science. The internship will help the student better understand concepts learned in class while gaining valuable work experience in the field. The course consists of at least 35 hours of work per credit with an organization that has a cooperative supervisor who has established learning goals and objectives with a faculty member affiliated with the university prior to the commencement of the internship. Open to all students with sophomore standing and above.

GLO-499:  Independent Study  (3 Credits)  

Course work arranged for majors to pursue avenues of learning outside the existing offerings of the department of Cultural, Environmental, and Global Studies.